Nonlinear Optics for the Information Society

Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the COST Action P2, held in Enschede, The Netherlands, 26–27 October 2000

  • A. Driessen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. The Role of Nonlinear Optical Devices in the Optical Communication Age

  3. Non-Linear Optical Technology in Present and Future Transmission Systems and Optical Networks

  4. Second-Order NLO Devices

    1. F. Simoni, O. Francescangeli, D. E. Lucchetta, L. Lucchetti
      Pages 29-33
    2. G. Leo, A. De Rossi, V. Berger, G. Assanto
      Pages 35-41
  5. Quantum Communication and All-Optical Devices

    1. K. R. Parameswaran, M. M. Fejer, K. Gallo, G. Assanto
      Pages 45-49
    2. A. Andreoni, M. Bondani, M. A. C. Potenza, E. Puddu, Y. N. Denisyuk
      Pages 51-54
    3. D. Grando, L. Palchetti, S. Sottini, A. Feltrin, G. P. Banfi
      Pages 55-55
    4. D. J. W. Klunder, J. Kremer, F. S. Tan, G. Sengo, E. Krioukov, C. Otto et al.
      Pages 57-62
  6. Novel Applications of Nonlinear Materials/PBG

    1. I. Nefedov, Y. Morozov, V. Gusyatnikov, A. Zheltikov
      Pages 69-73
    2. P. G. Kik, M. J. A. de Dood, A. Polman
      Pages 75-75
    3. R. Gutiérrez-Castrejón, L. Scharezs, G. Guekos
      Pages 77-77
  7. Optical Memories

    1. S. Orlic, H. J. Eichler
      Pages 79-87
    2. R. Ryf, D. Haertle, G. Montemezzani, P. Günter, A. A. Grabar
      Pages 89-89
    3. F. Ujhelyi, E. Lörincz, G. Szarvas, J. Fodor, A. Sütö, P. I. Richter et al.
      Pages 91-96
    4. K. Bal, A. Kirilyuk, A. Keen, K. J. Veenstra, Th. Rasing, H. A. M. van den Berg et al.
      Pages 97-98
  8. Poster Sessions

    1. J.-E. P. C. Communal, G. Largounez, A. B. Grudinin, M. In Het Panhuis, W. J. Blau
      Pages 99-103

About this book

Introduction

Nonlinear optical phenomena can be exploited in advanced devices for transport, processing, and storage of information. These are needed as the present-day approach - mainly using on electron-based technology - faces the challenges of increasing demand on bandwidth and processing speed. A key role in the development of nonlinear devices is the availability of novel materials with the required nonlinear optical properties. With such materials, scientific creativity and careful design, promising concepts have been developed resulting in the demonstration of devices.
This book contains the proceedings of NOIS 2000 (Nonlinear Optics for the Information Society) Annual Meeting of the COST Action P2, held at the University of Twente, in Enschede, The Netherlands, on 26-27 October, 2000. It comprises a selection of the presentations at the meeting, reporting state-of-the-art research and developments in the field of applications of nonlinear phenomena in information technology.

Keywords

LED Laser Optics Planar Transmission crystal filter liquid photonics polymer semiconductor

Editors and affiliations

  • A. Driessen
    • 1
  1. 1.MESA Research InstituteUniversity of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-1267-1
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2001
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-5876-8
  • Online ISBN 978-94-015-1267-1
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